What occurs during a laser printer’s fusing process?
A) The photosensitive drum inside of the laser printer is given an electrostatic charge, effectively creating a clean slate for the laser to expose an image.
B) A laser “writes” the image to the photosensitive drum, reversing the electrostatic charge on the drum and creating an image to which the toner will “stick.”
C) Toner particles are exposed to the photosensitive drum and are electrostatically attracted to the areas charged by the laser.
D) The toner on to the photosensitive drum is transferred to the paper.
E) Heat and pressure melts the toner particles so they will bond with the paper.
F) Excess toner is cleaned from the photosensitive drum.